I, like most of the internet world, get a ton of “You Must Read This” email. Most of it is a complete waste of time (sort of like a lot of my posts here), but my uncle sent one the other day that is truly a MUST SEE. I've copied a few of the photos here and provided a link to see the complete set of incredible images.
One of the Universal Laws of Success is being able to put things into perspective. Meet Julian Beever, who is elevating “putting things into perspective” into an art form. Mr. Beever is an English chalk artist who has been creating chalk drawings on pavement since the mid-1990s that create the illusion of three dimensions when viewed from the right location. These trompe-l'oeil drawings are created using a projection called anamorphosis and appear to defy the laws of perspective. Please take a close look at these images:
Here is a full list of work sent to me. His work can't help but help make you a little more merry.
Wouldn't you just love to thumb through his journal? Perhaps have a beer while wacthing him work?
Sort of changes your perspective of the world!
Sir Bowie “can't draw a lick” of Greenbriar